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Old 04-09-2006, 05:31 AM   #1
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Cheap White Bread Or Roll?

What would you like a pulled pork sandwich on? Cheap white bread, Or a roll?
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Old 04-09-2006, 07:26 AM   #2
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I've already been yelled at a number of times for it here, but, I like plain white bread! Everyone talks about "Real" BBQ...so we cook it that way and stick it on a fancy roll...what gives!!?? 8-[

It doesn't get more "REAL" than white bread...whole grain of course!
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Old 04-09-2006, 07:33 AM   #3
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I agree Greg, Cheap white bread is more traditional!
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:01 AM   #4
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Got to argue that one. In NC, BBQ always comes on a bun. Like a hamburger... nothing fancy. There might be exceptions, but 100% of the places I've been to do it that way.
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Cheap white ....roll. 8-[
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:14 AM   #6
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I've seen sliced white bread served with q, but mainly in South Carolina.
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Old 04-09-2006, 09:22 AM   #7
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Cheap white ....roll. 8-[
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Old 04-09-2006, 09:58 AM   #8
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Re: Cheap White Bread Or Roll?

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What would you like a pulled pork sandwich on? Cheap white bread, Or a roll?
I will take one of each...I can't decide!
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Old 04-09-2006, 10:33 AM   #9
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I like them both, but all the Q joints around here serve with cheap buns.
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Bread or Hamburger roll? Go old school Wax Paper. When my wife makes a salad I complement her on the nice garnish.
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I vote for plain white bread and roll everything up in tradional butchers paper. Classic Q!
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Roll definetly..fav is Kimmelweck Rolls ! Around here, CHB (cheap white bread) only comes out when we're out of italian bread or rolls...
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:02 PM   #13
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Well my first sammie is with plain white bread for the bottom & a roll for the top. The second sammie is roll for the bottom and plain white bread for the top. The third sammie is just on the plate, eaten with a fork. To me it's not the jacket as much as it is the insides! mm:
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Well my first sammie is with plain white bread for the bottom & a roll for the top. The second sammie is roll for the bottom and plain white bread for the top. The third sammie is just on the plate, eaten with a fork. To me it's not the jacket as much as it is the insides! mm:
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Well my first sammie is with plain white bread for the bottom & a roll for the top. The second sammie is roll for the bottom and plain white bread for the top. The third sammie is just on the plate, eaten with a fork. To me it's not the jacket as much as it is the insides! mm:
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Just keep posting old pictures! It's easy! #-o
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Well my first sammie is with plain white bread for the bottom & a roll for the top. The second sammie is roll for the bottom and plain white bread for the top. The third sammie is just on the plate, eaten with a fork. To me it's not the jacket as much as it is the insides! mm:
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Up until 6 months ago I had lived in Tennessee all of my life....but always traveled. Everywhere I have been it's been a cheap bun. White bread is what you get under your fish once they pull it outa the fryer.
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BBQ sandwich are always on a bun in Alabama and North Carolina. At Dreamland in Alabama you get white bread to dip in the sauce with your ribs. Dreamland used to only sell ribs. Since the original owner passed away they have since branched out with chicken and sides. Traditionally BBQ plates are served with hushpuppies. I personally like white bread or hushpuppies.

What sells in your area? If you change what people are used to getting they may not like it.
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BBQ sandwich are always on a bun in Alabama and North Carolina. At Dreamland in Alabama you get white bread to dip in the sauce with your ribs. Dreamland used to only sell ribs. Since the original owner passed away they have since branched out with chicken and sides. Traditionally BBQ plates are served with hushpuppies. I personally like white bread or hushpuppies.

What sells in your area? If you change what people are used to getting they may not like it.
I n Detroit if you go to a BBQ joint(I'm talkin' on the street in the middle of nowhere!) you always get white bread to soak up the sauce
But some of the best BBQ i've had was downtown Detroit
I meant down on the streets of Detroit!
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Somone already probably mentioned this, but, see how people want in in W. NY and serve it that way...give' um what they want!!
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